Category Archives: A Life of Purpose

A Little Baby and Giant Squash

A Little Baby and Giant Squash

It’s officially fall- my favorite season of the year! Along with pumpkins, apple cider, and so many delicious┬áseasonal┬átreats, this fall is particularly special as we welcomed baby Nolan into our family and into our hearts two short weeks ago. As an Integrative RDN, I’ve been on a short hiatus but will return to normal bloggingContinue reading!

Reassess Your Habits

Reassess Your Habits

Happy New Year! If you’ve joined the millions of other Americans in setting New Years resolutions this year. . . I encourage you to read this carefully. Your daily habits are at the core of your success or failure in making your New Years resolutions happen. This is especially true when it comes to resolutionsContinue reading!

The Olympics and a Simple Question That Will Change Your Life

The Olympics and a Simple Question That Will Change Your Life

I spent the past 9 days in Great Britain to attend the London 2012 Olympics, see old friends in the UK, and spend some quality time and relaxation with my family (parents and little sister Chloe) in Southern England. We attended the women’s gymnastics qualifications and saw the US team’s “Fabulous Five” secure their spotContinue reading!

Go for the Gold

Go for the Gold

This week, I will be heading to the Olympics for London 2012. The Olympics have a magical allure. The athletes that compete, the Olympians, have spent their lives practicing, perfecting, achieving, and competing to work their way to the top of their sport. They’ve beat million to one odds. They’ve fought through injuries and strugglesContinue reading!

Crossing the Finish Line

Crossing the Finish Line

Have you ever done something that you’ve wanted to do for a long time and you made it happen? You were persistent and when you actually did that thing that you’ve wanted to do, it felt incredible. You stuck with it, crossed the finish line, and were handsomely rewarded with a fantastic experience. I hadContinue reading!

Feed Your Brain- What I Learned at TEDx Front Range

Feed Your Brain- What I Learned at TEDx Front Range

When I got home last night after 8 hours of running around as a volunteer at the TEDx Front Range Event in Loveland, Colorado, I looked in the mirror and realized something. Whenever I attend an event and learn a lot of new information in a short amount of time, it takes me some timeContinue reading!

The Art of Quitting

The Art of Quitting

Maybe you can relate. . . since I was a kid, I had it deeply engrained in me that quitting was failing. Finishing was succeeding. “Never quit something you start, always see it through til the end.” Now, I love my parents deeply and know that this little gem has gotten me far. Its taughtContinue reading!